The Republic of the Philippines civil aviation regulations were initially introduced into law by Legislative Act No. 3909 on November 20, 1931.
Over the years numerous civil aviation laws were established and on April 4, 1987, Executive Order No. 125 created the Air Transportation Office (ATO) headed by the Assistant Secretary of Air Transportation.
On March 4, 2008, Republic Act No. 9497 renamed the ATO to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) headed by the Director General of Civil Aviation tasked with establishing and prescribing rules and regulations for the inspection and registration of all aircraft owned and operated in the Philippines and the corresponding rules and regulations for the enforcement of laws governing air transportation.
In 2009 and 2010 audits carried out by ICAO and EASA (respectively) identified a portion of the Philippine Civil Aviation Regulations (CAR) as being out of date, including Part V Airworthiness and Part VI Approved Maintenance Organizations. Henceforth, in 2011 the CAAP revised the CAR to comply with FAA/ICAO/EASA standards.
CAR Part 6 Approved Maintenance Organizations provides regulations for the registration and monitoring of Approved Maintenance Organizations (AMO) in the Republic of the Philippines. For example, the housing and facilities requirements in Para. 6.3 are designed to keep maintenance personnel safe and provide a safe working environment, while Para. 6.5 ‘AMO Operating Rules’ result in a safe aircraft that can be used by the flight crews to provide a safe and efficient mode of transportation.
In the Republic of the Philippines, persons must be individually licensed in accordance with Part 2 ‘Personnel Licensing’ to perform any maintenance task and to sign the maintenance release to return to service any aircraft or component. A holder of an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) must use the services from an AMO with the appropriate ratings.
This training course describes in detail all elements of CAR Part 6 rules and their relationship to Part 2 and Part 5 ‘Airworthiness’, as well as identifying differences to U.S. 14 CFR Part 145 Repair Stations and EASA Part-145 Approved Maintenance Organisations.
What is the benefit of attending this training?
a) Awareness of the structure, composition, and impact of the Republic of the Philippines CAR Part 6 Approved Maintenance Organizations (AMO).
b) Understanding organizational roles and responsibilities in compliance to CAR Part 6 AMO.
c) Understand the environment driving the CAR Part 6 AMO process to focus your business decision-making process.
d) Understanding the concepts of airworthiness, and its importance to ensure safety of flight.
e) Confidence in gaining a detailed knowledge of the key elements of CAR Part 6 AMO.
f) Have the knowledge to be able to implement CAR Part 6 AMO within an organization.
g) Have an in-depth understanding of the interface between CAR Part 6 AMO and CAR Part 5 Airworthiness roles, responsibilities, and obligations.
h) Be able to demonstrate CAR Part 6 AMO functionality, and to avoid, or mitigate problems.
i) A detailed understanding of the CAR Part 6 AMO quality and safety system.
j) Be able to use the regulation to proactively manage full compliance within an AMO.
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What Makes SAS Republic of The Philippines CAR PART 6 Approved Maintenance Organizations – Initial – 2 Days different?
Because our courses are written by experts who have managed Republic of the Philippines CAA Approved Maintenance Organizations in an operations capacity, and in a Quality & Safety role. This allows the instructor to draw on his knowledge and relate to his experiences to deliver an effective training session beneficial for the delegates.
At Sofema Aviation Services our focus is on accepting that compliance with Civil Aviation Regulations is in fact minimum compliance. Interpreting the regulations in a way which enables the development and optimization of the business is where we should see opportunities to drive efficiencies, and cost savings.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
‒ Terms and Definitions
‒ Introduction and Structure of the CAAP CAR
‒ Understanding Airworthiness
‒ CAR Part 6 Framework
‒ Certificate and Specific Operating Provisions
‒ Deviation Authority
‒ Application for an AMO Certificate
‒ Issuance of an AMO Certificate
‒ Duration and Renewal of Certificate
‒ Continued Validity of Approval
‒ Changes to the AMO and Certificate Amendments
‒ Ratings of the AMO
‒ AMO Limited Ratings
HOUSING, FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT, AND MATERIALS
‒ Housing and Facility Requirements
‒ Equipment, Tools and Material
‒ Personnel and Training Requirements
‒ Rest and Duty Limitations for Persons Performing Maintenance Functions in an AMO
‒ Record of Certifying Staff
AMO OPERATING RULES
‒ Approved Maintenance Organization Procedures Manual
‒ Maintenance Procedures and Independent Quality Assurance System
‒ Capability List
‒ Privileges of the Approved Maintenance Organization
‒ Limitations on the AMO
‒ Certificate of Return to Service
‒ Maintenance Records
Quality Managers; Quality Engineers; Inspection Personnel; Certifying Personnel; Safety Managers; Maintenance Managers; Maintenance Engineers / Technicians / Mechanics; Technical Services / Engineering Staff; Maintenance Planning Staff; Stores Personnel; Technical Records Staff from the following organizations:
Operators/Air Carriers, Repair Stations/Approved Maintenance Organizations, Staff from National Aviation Authorities and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) approval holders; Organizations seeking Republic of the Philippines CAR Part 6 Approved Maintenance Organizations certification.
A background in an aviation environment.
By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:
‒ Secure knowledge of the key components of CAR Part 6 Approved Maintenance Organizations (AMO).
‒ Provide examples as to the ‘know how’ as well as the ‘know what’ by looking at a practical perspective of CAR Part 6 AMO.
‒ Implement CAR Part 6 AMO within an Organization.
‒ Understand the Interface between CAR Part 6 AMO, and CAR Parts 2 Personnel Licensing & CAR Part 5 Airworthiness.
‒ Provide a regulatory and industry perspective for staff involved in CAR Part 6 AMO maintenance.
2 days – Each day will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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